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. flood, is virginia's beleaguered governor ultrasound, bob mcdonnell. he's hired emmet t. flood to represent him in the federal and state corruptions that center on governor mcdonnell's acceptance of gifts and cash and merchandise for himself and his family. and you know, it is probably a good thing for governor mcdonnell right now he is % college dorm rooms. but hours later governor mcdonnell's office released documents showing the governor on friday repaid the state nearly $2,400 for said items that his kids charged to the taxpayers that the lawyer said were no big deal. $2,400 of humus, hint of lime chips, toilet paper, body wash and deodorant items." "the roanoke times" has the list as gatorade, paper towels, laundry detergent, cold cuts, microwave foods, chips and energy shakes. from a health food store we're and you know, it is probably a good thing for governor mcdonnell right now he is improving his legal representation since the lawyers he has had working for him are leading to news stories like this. "an attorney for governor bob mcdonnell on monday vigorously defended
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foreign relations committee, bob menendez, had tough words for any country offering snowden safe harbor. >> it's very clear that any of these countries that accept snowden, offer his political asylum, is taking a step against the united states, it is making a very clear statement. i'm not surprised by the countries that are offering him asylum. they like sticking it to the united states. >> as snowden remains camped out at a hotel in a moscow airport transit zone, senator john mccain asserted this weekend that the real story is a failure in u.s.-russia relations. >> the lesson here is, look at this -- our relationship with putin. that reset button we ought to throw that away. it's clear what he is, an old kgb colonel and he's not interested in better relations with the united states. if he was, he would make sure that mr. snowden was sent back to us. >> but others argue that the real, real story is not the snowden saga but indeed the snowden effect. nyu media professor jay rosen defines that effect as the direct and indirect gains in public knowledge from the cascade of events and furth
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